Minorities in India being subjected to worst violence: Governor Sarwar

Lahore, December 21 (KMS): Punjab Governor, Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar, has said that the minorities are safe in Pakistan whereas in India they are unsafe and being subjected to the worst kind of violence.

He was addressing a Christmas cake-cutting ceremony and talking to the media in Lahore, today (Tuesday).

He regretted that every day Indian Muslims and people belonging to other minorities were being tortured and killed.

He lamented that unfortunately, even the international human rights bodies were silent on this situation and termed it biggest injustice. He said that Pakistan had been raising its voice against these injustices and atrocities at the international forums.
The governor said the religious freedom enjoyed by minorities in Pakistan, including the Christian community, doesn’t exist anywhere in the world. He said minorities have been playing a positive role in promoting peace, stability and religious harmony in Pakistan since its inception.

Members Punjab Assembly Sania Kamran, Haroon Gul and office-bearers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) were also present.